I don't think you'd like it there.txinvestigator wrote:I'll keep that in mind if I ever lose it and go to Chicago.
In Chicago, a club is anything that the officer on the scene wants to be a club. People got arrested for having a hammer without nails or other tools. Or at least it was that way when I lived there.txinvestigator wrote:Another Urban Legend. Baseball bats are not clubs by just having one in your car.
Traveling still applies to people who are not in motor vehicles. How about someone who is traveling cross-country by bicycle?Mike1951 wrote:Can we hope that the traveling clause can be eliminated before passage?
As long as the ill-defined 'traveling' exists, it will be open to misinterpretation.